PC, PS4, Switch

Launched back in 2016, Darkest Dungeon drew critical acclaim and commercial success in attracting players an intense and dim dungeon crawling experience, together with the indie title finally heading to the Nintendo Switch in the very, very near future.

Developer Red Hook Studios announced that Darkest Dungeon will release for the Nintendo Switch eShop on January 18th, 2018, and will draw over the acclaimed Cartoon into the machine for the ones that might want to select the action on the go. Prices for the game on the eShop will be $24.99 USD.

In a blog post, Red Hook also shared that the game’s DLC is going to be available for sale on precisely the identical day as the primary game’s release, with all “The Crimson Court” retailing for $9.99, whereas “The Shieldbreaker” will retail for $3.99.

Together with the game’so launch, Red Hook also confirmed the Switch variant of Darkest Dungeon will encourage signature controls on the Switch’s screen, while “The Color of Madness” DLC will also come to the system in a subsequent time, although no specific timeframe or release window was supplied for its launch just yet.

Darkest Dungeon is accessible now on PS4, PS Vita, PC, Mac, Linux, and also iPad, and also will release for the Nintendo Switch on January 18th, 2018. For more on the game, you may take a look at our entire review.

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